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Re: RFC iEngine

by Xiong (Hermit)
on Jan 11, 2012 at 00:11 UTC ( #947267=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to RFC iEngine

I upvoted your post although I barely understand a word of it. You're turning over ideas in your head and you managed to get some words out, which is good. I'd like to see a clearer statement; perhaps this will come.

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Re^2: RFC iEngine
by muscipula (Novice) on Jan 11, 2012 at 16:14 UTC

    I appreciate your interest and yes I am indeed turning over ideas based on what I have been turning over in my head the last couple of months.

    However the content of my message isn't just rambling, there is basic logic in it and the simple example I have explained would to some of you open doors to how web design can be simplified, in particular when dealing with cascading style sheets.

    Also, now that the net has become a minefield I refuse to connect my working machines to it. But this project can also mean you can host your website and also use the station as an access to the Internet.

    Building a firewall into the system means there is no harm in connecting to your internal network as it would be impossible, or practically not possible for rogue sites to interfere after all who cares about social networking anyway.

    The system can read and present websites in alternative ways than the common browsers like advanced searching using rules and regular expression, leeching and collation of data for research would be straightforward, not time consuming with RSI due to the mouse.

    Rambling again eh, ramble on I say.


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